The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Essay | The Evolution of Huckleberry Finn

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The Evolution of Huckleberry Finn

Summary: A brief essay discussing the character of Huckleberry Finn from the Mark Twain novel of the same name. Considers how Huck's experiences in the novel change his perspective on life and his opinions.
Most of us find ourselves changing our opinions over time, and when that happens it is usually because of our experiences, but as we get to know the person we tend to view them in a different way. Mark Twain shows this in the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Between two characters. Huck who is a white boy, and Jim who is a run a way slave. Huck reveals a change in his attitude towards jim by beginning to view him as a person instead of property, by changing his feelings towards jim and by reevaluating his philosophy about slavery as they go down the Mississippi River Together.

After forming a closer bond,Huck modifies his view of seeing him as a slave to seeing him as a human being.Huck has to face a decision about turning jim in or trying to keep the friendship he has with Jim. Huck's character is a direct portrayal of America's History, where the whites looked at Blacks as a piece of property. The book shows that Huck is inexperienced, immature, and childish. Huck is a young white boy who is searching for his identity, but as he goes down the river on his journey, he changes and learns some life lessons.At this moment huck speaks to jimseems like he is having a good time. Huck reveals a change in his attitude towards jim by beginning to view as a person instead property, by changing his feeling towards jim and by reevaluating his philosophy about slavery as they go down the Mississippi river together

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